St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church

The Maronite Family of faith welcomes you with peace, joy and love. We invite you to join us. Ahla w salah we say in Arabic (You are most welcome, our home is yours.)

Maronite spirituality, liturgy and traditions come from Antioch-Edessa, Syria as they were known in the Roman Empire at the time of Christ.  The Aramaic language, used in liturgy, is the same language Jesus spoke during his earthly life and ministry.

The Maronite Church, one of the oldest churches of Catholicism, was led by Saint Maron, a priest (350-410 AD) who devotedly taught the Catholic faith, and ministered to many people with his gifts of healing and counsel.  Today in the U.S.A. there are two eparchies (Dioceses) made up of about 75,000 Maronite Catholics. We are in union with Rome and  are part of the one true Catholic Church.

Holy Mysteries (Mass)

Sunday 10:30 am

**For Complete List of Seasonal Masses click here

First Fridays at 10:00 am


Sundays 8:45a-10a

Adoration & Benediction

Sundays 9-10a

Relics of St. Sharbel are Coming!

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1804 SE 16th Ave, Portland, OR 97214

Tel: (503) 231-3853

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Parish News

Novena for St Sharbel Starts on Thanksgiving Day

Join Us for a Novena of Masses We will offer a series of Masses / Public Liturgies as a way to prepare ourselves for the arrival of the Relics of St Sharbel. We will begin this on Thanksgiving Day at 10:00am, we invite you and your family to come give thanks to God... read more

Relics of St. Sharbel

THE PARISH COMMUNITY OF ST SHARBEL PARISH IN PORTLAND WILL BE RECEIVING THE RELICS OF ST SHARBEL MAHKLOUF SATURDAY DECEMBER 5-6, 2015 Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Canonization of this Holy Saint from Lebanon at the First Parish Named after St Sharbel Join us... read more